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A Peace Treaty sees itself as champions for slow fashion and preservationists of centuries-old techniques. So far, we have worked with artisan groups across ten countries to produce our exclusive collections. Our custom handmade pieces embrace rich color and print, are lively and bold, soft and luxurious. Each textile and pattern is developed in-house and is unique and faithful to its origins.
The Peace Treaty’s clothes are lovely, especially the patterns and colorways which I find stunning and unique! Their aesthetic reminds me of my travels across the world. In fact, all of their pieces take me back to one place in particular – Bali, my favorite destination. It also motivates me to want to visit new places that feel fresh but rich with culture, like Peru. In fact, Peru (along with the other countries listed below) is one of the places where the brand sources local expertise in design, fabrication, and other resources.
The brand blends sexy and feminine silhouettes with whimsical and sophisticated fabrication and palettes. It looks and feels confident and bold yet open-minded and curious. This pretty much describes my style lately, especially when I’m traveling.
I am wearing a Tiza wrap front mini dress by A Peace Treaty. I like wrap dresses because they are versatile (anyone can wear them) and you can play with the silhouette (by adjusting with and cinching the belt). This one is linen so it was very lightweight (but not see-through!).
The bag is handmade from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. More about the bag and my full shopping haul from the Puerto Vallarta trip will be up soon. Sign up for my mailing list below so you don’t miss new posts or items when they hit the shop.
I styled the dress differently for day vs. night. Let me know what you think about both looks in the comments.
The dress is paired with gold Quay cat-eye framed sunglasses. Similar designs that I like are below.
To dress up the look, I took off the sunnies, added a green strappy sandal with a wooden heel (dressy but still casual enough to match the casual, bobo-chic vibe of the dress). I also let my hair down.